After someone gives Cambridge writer Anita Harris the finger at Fresh Pond (and, to be honest, Harris responds in kind), Ranger Jean Rogers explains rules of the road and etiquette for Cambridge’s public spaces. “We all matter and we all make a difference,” Rogers says.
Commentator Christina Inge warns that proposed cuts to budgets for health and human service programs such as “meals on wheels” in Washington, DC will harm not only people who have worked hard all their lives…but also lawmakers’ souls.
“Convergence science has advanced across many fronts, from nanotechnology to regenerative tissue,” says Nobel Laureate Phil Sharp of MIT. “But the funding allocated for convergence research in biomedical science is small and needs to be expanded. In fact, there is no federal agency with the responsibility to fund convergence in biomedical research.”